Burger King customers get angry at waiting times and fire through drive-throughs, according to Tennessee police.

Tennessee police are looking for a woman accused of shooting at Burger King’s drive-through window earlier this week.

Burger King’s surveillance footage on Winchester Road in Memphis appears to show a woman with a black pistol. Fire towards the drive-through window On Tuesday, Memphis police said.

“When we arrived at the scene, police advised that female customers were angry at the waiting time at the drive-through window,” police said.

The woman was reportedly sitting in the passenger seat of a medium-sized 4-door gray sedan before getting out of the car and walking to the window. According to law enforcement officials, that was when “oral quarrels continued.”

“Video surveillance shows the suspect recovering a black pistol from the vehicle, stretching his upper body through a drive-through window, and firing several bullets at Burger King workers,” police said. ..

The workers escaped from the back door and no one was injured.

According to police, the woman returned to the car and went out. A man was reportedly driving.

If you have information about a woman’s identity, please call Crime Stoppers at (901) 528-2274 and report anonymity tips. Tips can also be reported online. Crimestopmem.org Or use the mobile app when searching for “P3 Tips”.

Memphis and Shelby County Inc. CrimeStoppers offers rewards of up to $ 1,000 in case of arrest.

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